Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Nook Reader comes to web.

Access to Nook for Web:  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/nook-for-web/379003594

The traditional book seller, Barnes & Noble has made much progress this year. It shows their great ambition even the Kindle is in charge of the ebook market.

In April, B&N launched the Nook Simple Touch with Glow Light, helped B&N seize the initiative, Amazon doesn't released an e-ink reader with light source until now.

In May, Microsoft invest in B&N with $605 million. This cooperation will improve B&N's tech level and help MS enter the eBook market.

Now, Barnes & Noble is bringing its digital eReading platform Nook to the web, making eBooks available to read online. The Nook web reader has the same access to customer's library, and people can enjoy the web reader with IE, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

Reading an eBook for free without sign in

The web reader is pretty easy to operate, just go to Nook for Web, then click "Read it now", you can read ebooks even without register with your Nook ID. Because B&N has given away some eBooks to the web platform for free.

If you want to read the book in your library, just click "sign in" in the right top corner.

Except the e-ink reader, Nook also don't want to be gaped away by Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 in the tablet market.

According to some rumors, the new Nook Tablet will Reportedly Have 'Revolutionary' Screen.